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I am considering redoing the main salon of our 45 Foot 1996 Prout Catamaran.
The Ultraleather material costs $75/yard. We anticipate that it will require 30 yards. The boat is in Titusville,Fla undergoing repairs and we would like to get it done there. Does anyone have an idea what we should expect this to labor to cost?
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I used 30 yds to replace the cusions in my boat, cloth was about $30 IIRC, total cost was $10G "INCLUDING" the foam itself. I also did piping, buttons, curves foam which takes a bit to cut, well, not a lot, but some time none the less. I would think if you go pretty basic, 1500-3000 should cover the labor, again, depending upon options you want. Mine job/spec was certainly not basic in nature. In a nut shell, what and how you have it done will vary the cost.

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Can you let me know where you decide to do this? I am possibly going to be getting mine done also and titusville is not far from me at all

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Marty,

Your interior must be absolutely beautiful. Can you post a picture or two for those of us with older interiors?

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I used 30 yds to replace the cusions in my boat, cloth was about $30 IIRC, total cost was $10G "INCLUDING" the foam itself. I also did piping, buttons, curves foam which takes a bit to cut, well, not a lot, but some time none the less. I would think if you go pretty basic, 1500-3000 should cover the labor, again, depending upon options you want. Mine job/spec was certainly not basic in nature. In a nut shell, what and how you have it done will vary the cost.

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Brad,

I can do a bit better, if you get Good Old boat, last july issue my boat was a review boat, here is a link to article
HERE is the how I did the aft state room redo, with a link at the bottom to the head area. I have pretty much redone everything in the boat the way the two articles show the what and how I did those area's. You can see the original cushion color etc in the last links.

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